Getting Started

Getting Started: An Introduction

Many producers have still not taken steps to comprehensively prepare for future situations. Some may have an Environmental Farm Plan and/or a Farm Biosecurity Plan but...

The Importance of Emergency Response Planning

Disasters can happen anywhere and anytime. This can include barn fires, hazardous material spills; disease outbreaks; extreme isolated weather occurrences; prolonged power outages; gas leaks; personal...

Self-Assessment Checklist

The following section provides a self-assessment checklist to get you thinking about potential hazards around the farm and emergency prevention measures you could take to mitigate...

Preparing Your Farm

Preparing Family Members and Employees: Human safety is paramount when responding to an emergency. First aid training is extremely important for you, your family members and...

General Emergency Response Guidelines

Calling 911 or local emergency response coordinators is required, as outlined on your Emergency Contact List..